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LIP 1978/79



The incredible book-sized 1978-79 edition of Melbourne’s great LIP journal. Published out of Carlton between 1976-1984, LIP encapsulated Australian feminist artistic practice of the period, publishing articles and interviews by women on women in film, sound, theatre, painting, photography, poetry, criticism, activism, journalism, publishing, sculpture, design, education, and much more.

In this issue: Art Sense and Sensibility: Women’s Art and Feminist Criticism – Janine Burke; Aboriginal Women: Ritual and Culture – Diane Bell interviewed by Lesley Dumbrell; Map of Transition: Performance – Jillian Orr; Jane Sutherland – Frances Lindsay; Sybil Craig – Mary Eagle; Make Your Own Teaset – Mary Newsome; Women’s Images of Women – Barbara Hall; In Search of Old Mistresses – Patricia Symons; Women Ceramacists; Olive Bishop interviewed by Julie Ewington; Margaret Dodd Talking with Julie Ewington; Lorrain Jenyns; Wendy Stavrianos interviewed by Pauline Petrus; The Development of a Political View: A Conversation Between Two Women Artists – Jennifer Barwell and Vivienne Binns; Micky Allan interviewed by Suzanne Davies; Photographs –
Jacqueline Mitelman; From the Ground Up – Photographs – Virginia Coventry; Survey of Women’s Art Theory Courses and Feminine Sensibility – Janine Burke; The Women’s Art Register Extension Project – Bonita Ely; Sisterhood ― For Whom? Jude Adams and Jenny Barber; Posters by Women in the Earthworks Poster Collective; Film – Margaret Fink and Her Brilliant Career – Frida Freiberg; Following My Star – Elsa Chauvel; Monique Schwarz interviewed by Christine Johnston; A Dialogue between Toni Robertson, a Feminist Poster Maker, and Jeni Thornley, a Feminist Film-maker; Nina Claditz interviewed by Annette Blonski; Introducing Helmer Sanders – Frida Freiberg; Reviews: Shopping in Hearbreak Arcade – Meredith Nolte; Me and Daphne – Linda Rubinstein; Feminine Focus at the Festival – Frida Freiberg; Supplement: Australian Women in Music – Australian Women in Music – Terry Radic; Margaret Sutherland – Helen Coles; May Brahe: Composer – Mimi Colligan; Dr. Ruby Davy – Silvia O’Toole; Four Women Composers: Helen Gifford, Ann Boyd, Ann Carr-Boyd and Peggy Glanville-Hicks – Marcia Ruff; Esther Rofe interviewed by Pauline Petrus; Talking with Linda Phillips by Kerry Murphy; Mary Nemet interviewed by Jeanette Fenelon; The Women’s Electric Band interviewed by Jeannette Fenelon; Robyn Archer interviewed by Jeannette Fenelon; The Shameless Hussie A.C.R.; Jane Clifton and Celeste Howden interviewed by Jeannette Fenelon; Janie Conway and Marnie Sheehan – Virginia Fraser; Theatre – The Women’s Theatre Group: A Selection of Scripts, Interviews and Comments Kerry Dwyer, Jenny Walsh and Suzanne Spunner; Roma: A One Woman Play – Jan Macdonald and the Roma cast; Tongue to Lip – Valerie Kirwan; And Women Must Wait: Savage Sepia – Suzanne Spunner; Dance and Movement – Marilyn Jones interviewed by Roseanne Hull-Brown; Betty Pounder interviewed by Roseanne Hull-Brown; Yum Wing Chun: Never Underestimate the Power of a Woman – Karen Armstrong; Media – An Open Letter – Shere Hite; Feminism and Publishing: Interviews with Women Publishers – Cathy Peake; Two Early Melbourne Journalists – Lurline Stewart; Sydney Women Writers’ Workshop – Anna Couani and Pamela Brown; The Australian Women’s Weekly ― The Case of the Bald Cockatoo – Cathy Peake, Maree Conway and Sue Parvaris.

LIP Collective members: Annette Blonski, Janine Burke, Isabel Davies, Suzanne Davies, Lesley Dumbrell, Jeannette Fenelon, Freda Freiberg, Christine Johnston, Elizabeth Owen, Cathy Peake, Meredith Rogers, Suzanne Spunner, Lynne Wilkinson.

* Condition: Good-Very Good (light wear) – All care is taken to provide accurate condition details of used books, photos available on request.

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HRD / CF Newsletter
Issue 1-4 set

The HRD / CF Newsletter is a periodical publication produced within the exhibition ‘Hi$h Risk Dressing / Critical Fashion’ at RMIT Design Hub. The exhibition centres on the local fashion organisation active in Melbourne between the years 1983-1993, the Fashion Design Council. The FDC (as they are often shortened to), founded by Robert Buckingham, Kate Durham and Robert Pearce, were a self―organised group set up to foster independent designers and artists dealing with fashion. Influenced by the post―punk scene of Northern fashion capitals, the FDC put on shows in clubs and venues, as well as organising exhibitions, and eventually setting up a shop serving as a platform for alternative fashion in Melbourne. Throughout their active period, the FDC were prolific self―publishers. Print collateral was central to their success as an organisation. Postcards, invites, catalogues, business cards and other ephemera were shared with members and the broader public, promoting their officialdom. Particularly significant was the FDC newsletter, designed by co-founder Robert Pearce, disseminating a manifesto as well as news and events with its members. The newsletters were ad hoc; informal in language and design but expressed the energy and creative spirit of both the FDC community and available technology.

Using the model of the FDC newsletter, the HRD / CF Newsletter is a take―away publication released each week of the exhibition program. Each of the issues is framed around an emerging aspect of the FDC captured in the exhibition ― the archive, the bar, the shop and the office ― with texts, interviews and contributions from local and international practitioners. The ‘HRD / CF Newsletter also includes facsimiles of print ephemera from the FDC archive, which was donated to the RMIT Design Archives in 1998 by co-founder Robert Buckingham. This new newsletter functions as a platform for disseminating ideas about the FDC then, and critical fashion now, allowing for new dialogues to emerge from the legacy of FDC.

Edited by Laura Gardner
Designed by Ziga Testen
Edition of 500

Contributors include: Agniezska Chabros, Annie Wu, Blake Barns/HB Peace, Christopher LG Hill, Clare Wohlnick, Jessie Kiely/Monica’s Gallery, Kate Meakin, Matthew Linde, Sasha Geyer, Winnie Ha Mitford, Bryan Collins, D&K (Ricarda Bigolin and Nella Themelios), James Deutsher, Lewis Fidock, Brighid Fitzgerald, Amanda Horowitz, Chantal Kirby, Jessie Kiely and Monica’s Gallery (Spencer Lai and Jake Swinson), Christopher LG Hill, Matthew Linde, Kate Meakin, Olivia O’Donnell, Yair Oelbaum, Virginia Overell, Sean Peoples, Joshua Petherick, Jen Shear, Flannery Silva, Adele Varcoe, Alex Vivian and more.

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SALE2 No.30
SPECIAL ISSUE

Issue No.30 of the great SALE2 periodical from Tokyo Japan during the late 1980s and early 1990s.
Published regularly as a sort-of fanzine/journal/catalogue/pocket-book by Fiction, Inc., a specialty shop and publisher of fetish and erotica in Tokyo in the 1980-90s. Each issue covers different themes and features, heavy on fetishism.
Issue No.30, the “Special Issue” features Hans Bellmer, Leonor Fini, Richard Cerf, Gilles Deleuze, Michel Foucault, Paul Wunderlich, Robert Maplethorpe, Andy Warhol, Man Ray, Lewis Carroll, John Willie, Bernard Montorgueil, Guido Crepax, Van Rod, Carlo, Betty Page, Tealdo, clippings from periodicals such as Amateur Bondage, Bondage Life, Bondage Fantasies, Bizarre Comix, Bizarre Classix, Bizarre Fotos, and much more…
Very heavily illustrated throughout with erotic photography and artwork, all texts in Japanese.

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Self Service No. 46
Spring / Summer 2017 : The Last Boxes

 

Self Service No. 46 Spring / Summer 2017 : The Last Boxes

Self Service 46 features “The Last Boxes”, with photography by Paolo Roversi, Nobuyoshi Araki, Bruce Weber, Robert Frank, Peter Lindbergh, Guy Bourdin, Collier Schorr, Craig McDean, and Ezra Petronio, essays about polaroid photography, deconstructed fashion, a selected group of 24 creative minds who pay a personal homage to the polaroid, and much more.

Self Service magazine is a fashion and cultural biannual magazine. The magazine features the preeminent players in the fashion world, with innovative editorials photographed by the world’s best photographers and stylists.

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